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William Herschel
   discovered   
Uranus
Sir Frederick William Herschel, England, 1781.
William Herschel
   discovered   
Infrared Radiation
Sir Frederick William Herschel, England, 1781.
William Herschel
   lifespan was   
1738-1822
German-born British astronomer; discoverer of Uranus
William Herschel
   was   
The Discoverer of Infrared Radiation
Born 1738 CE, died 1822 CE
William Herschel
   was   
The Discoverer of the Planet Uranus
Born 1738 CE, died 1822 CE
William Herschel
   was   
The Discoverer of Uranus' Moon Titania
Born 1738 CE, died 1822 CE
William Herschel
   was   
The Discoverer of Uranus' Moon Oberon
Born 1738 CE, died 1822 CE
William Herschel
   was   
The Discoverer of Saturn's Moon Mimas
Born 1738 CE, died 1822 CE
William Herschel
   was   
The Discoverer of Saturn's Moon Enceladus
Born 1738 CE, died 1822 CE
William Herschel Telescope
    is located in   
La Palma, Canary Islands
Built 1987. The first observation of the optical counterpart of a gamma ray burst.
William Herschel Telescope
   is the type known as   
A Cassegrain-Nasmyth Reflector
Built 1987. The first observation of the optical counterpart of a gamma ray burst.
Sir William Herschel
   was/were the first   
To Discover a Planet Not Visible to the Naked Eye
Uranus in 1781. The next was Neptune, discovered by John Couch Adams in 1846.






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